Bowling alley open (1999-12-02)
THE first customers have been enjoying Haverhill's long-awaited tenpin bowling alley.
Thousands of new homes planned for Haverhill (1999-12-02)
SITES where 1,370 new homes could be built in Haverhill over the next 20 years have been unveiled.
Centre hopes for extra funds (1999-12-02)
THE VOLUNTEER centre is celebrating its most successful year ever and hoping to attract more funding to extend opening hours.
Town to get new club (1999-12-02)
A NEW basketball club is to be launched in Haverhill in January to help raise the profile of the sport in the town.
Big switch on for town's Christmas illuminations (1999-12-02)
HAVERHILL was lit up in a blaze of festive colour as this year's Christmas display was officially opened.
PUPILS at Clements Primary School, Haverhill, had no trouble getting their Millennium Dome ready on time - it was created in just one day.
Pilbrow aims high (1999-12-09)
DANIEL Pilbrow makes his international debut this weekend - with his sights set already on further success.
VIP visitor at school (1999-12-09)
CHINESE ambassador Ma Zhengang visited Haverhill, where he found himself back in the classroom with pupils at Clements Primary School.
A YOUNG man who was left paralysed when his motorbike went out of control on a rutted and uneven piece of road has been guaranteed "very substantial" compensation for his plight.
Youth 'died after attack' (1999-12-16)
A 17-YEAR-OLD was beaten up on New Year's Eve last year and died after spending the evening with two friends at their flat, Norwich Crown Court has heard.
Track infill approved (1999-12-16)
PLANNERS are raising no objection to a plan to infill a former railway cutting at Stoke by Clare but point out it could prejudice the possible re-instatement of the Cambridge to Sudbury railway line...
Estate's facelift work is launched (1999-12-16)
TENANTS James and Geraldine Guinivan took an early morning trip up a ladder to watch workmen start rendering work on their home.
Stars at Haverhill (1999-12-16)
HAVERHILL Indoor Bowls Club welcome some top international players at a new pairs tournament this weekend.
Victory for ladies' captain (1999-12-16)
GOLF: With the exception of the odd medal round, December is turning out to be a quiet month at Coupals Road, as most of the activity is centred round the men's and mixed foursomes knockout events.
Festive light (1999-12-23)
A COLOURFUL Christmas display is helping to raise funds for a new Scout hut.
Men jailed for murder (1999-12-23)
TWO men have been jailed for life for the murder of teenager Shane Champion, who died nine weeks after a vicious attack on New Year's Eve.
Local solutions for job seekers (1999-12-23)
A NEW recruitment company has opened its doors in Haverhill, with the familiar face of Keith Brown, formerly of Keith Brown Vauxhall, at the helm.
Read all about it the electronic way (1999-12-23)
A NEW electronic news letter containing information about Haverhill is now available free of charge to anyone who has access to e-mail.
CASTLE Manor Upper School pupils are celebrating becoming the new Suffolk Table Tennis Champions.
Millennium cake fun (1999-12-30)
A TASTY way to see out the last school day of the Millennium was enjoyed by pupils at Steeple Bumpstead Primary School.
£60,000 windfall to pay for activities (1999-12-30)
A WELCOME seasonal present has been announced for Samuel Ward Upper School, in Haverhill, with a £60,000 Lottery grant for after-school activities.
Songs for sale (1999-12-30)
SONGWRITER Steve Spall will not be listening to Jingle Bells this festive season.
Defeat for league leaders at hands of Ely (1999-12-30)
LEADERS Downham were stunned at the Unwin Ground as Ely, edging closer to a place in the top six, stormed to victory. Scorelines often flatter to deceive, and that was the case as Ely recorded a 2-1 h...
Beacon accolade for council (1999-12-30)
St Edmundsbury Borough Council has been named as one of only 42 local authorities in the country to be awarded Beacon status.